partizan definition

  • noun:
    • Variant of partisan2.
    • Alternative spelling of partisan.
    • A weapon of this sixteenth and seventeenth hundreds of years composed of a pike with a lengthy double-edged knife, much like a halberd.
    • An adherent of an event or faction; person who is passionately or extremely earnestly specialized in a party or interest; specifically, one whoever judgment or perception is clouded by a prejudiced adherence to his party.
    • Milit., a member of a party or detachment of soldiers sent on a unique enterprise; also, the best choice of these a party.
    • A longhandled cutting weapon found in The united kingdomt and Scotland from the fourteenth toward sixteenth century: a name including in addition the halberd, fauchard, roncone, etc.
    • A man, as a soldier or a guardian of peace, equipped with a partizan.
    • an ardent and enthusiastic supporter of some individual or activity
    • a pike with a long tapering double-edged knife with horizontal projections; 16th and 17th hundreds of years
  • others:
    • Of or with respect to an event or faction; strongly biased and only a party or interest.
    • Milit., involved on a particular enterprise: since, a partizan corps.
  • adjective:
    • specialized in a cause or party

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